Lot 2112Straits Settlements, 1904, King Edward VII, 1¢ deep green. Tied by "Agri-Horticultural" circular cachet handstamp on locally addressed post card, "Singapore, Au 18, 1910" cds; toning around stamp, otherwise Very Fine. SG No. 127.
Scott No. 109 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2113Sudan, 1903, 5m on 5pi brown & green, Surcharge Inverted, tied on small piece by 1903 Khartoum town cancel, choice centering, rich colors, Very Fine and choice. Scott No. 28a.
SG No. 29a £250 ($405).
Lot 2114Tonga, 1897, 1d deep red & black. Tied by "Nukualofa, 28 Je 99" cds on picture view post card to Apia, Samoa, Very Fine.
Scott No. 40 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2115Trinidad, 1900, "Britannia", 1d dull purple & rose, type II, oval "O" in "ONE", o.g., lightly hinged, bright and fresh, Very Fine; with 2011 A.P.S. certificate. Scott No. 77.
SG No. 116 £325 ($526).
Lot 2116Tristan da Cunha, 1920-40's Cachet handstamp covers. 8 covers; includes cachet V handstamp on ca. 1929 cover to Ireland, 1935 postcard (fold) with cachet V handstamp to England with 1d Postage Due and two strikes of VII cachet handstamp on ca. 1940's cover tying G.B. ½d+1d, cachet type X on 1951 paquetboat cover, etc., F.-V.F. SG No. C6, C9, C12.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2117 BKTristan da Cunha, 1957-1965 Stamp Booklets complete. Complete set including the two 1957 varieties (SB1a-b), complete unexploded booklet, all fresh intact and unexploded, a Very Fine set.
SG No. SB1-SB4 £1,016 ($1,645).
Lot 2118Victoria Land, 1908, 1d carmine, "King Edward VII Land" overprint. Royle plate, o.g., very lightly hinged, deep color, fresh, Very Fine; with 1992 Holcombe certificate.
SG No. A1 £450 ($728).
Lot 2119Victoria Land, 1911, 1d carmine, "Victoria Land." overprint, block of 4, o.g., never hinged, exceptional freshness, Very Fine.
SG No. A3 £220 for o.g. singles ($356).
Lot 2120Zanzibar, Postage Due, 1927-30, 12¢ black on green. Affixed to fresh pre-printed addressed cover, "T" due handstamp and blue crayon "20c" indicating postage deficiency, reverse with "Zanzibar, Ja 4, 26" cds; cover a bit reduced at right, Extremely Fine, a very rare on cover usage in exceptional condition; with 2011 S. Sismondo certificate. SG No. D7.
Scott No. J4B; $6,000 Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
This cover, dated January 4, 1926, is among the earliest examples known of the Zanzibar postage dues. The precise date for the introduction of these stamps is not known. However, the fact that January 4, 1926 was a Monday, suggests that this cover may represent a "first day of use" of the postage due stamps.
Lot 2121Zululand, 1893, 1d G.B. Black "Zululand" Overprint. Postal card to Stauger canceled by Eshowe, Zululand, Jy 14, 94 cds, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.